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“South Africa has the highest rape rate in the world of 132.4,” reads a

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“A Mudavadi-Kenneth 2022 ticket?” reads the headline of what

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In two Youth League-branded posters circulated widely on social media in South Africa, claims are made that eating alkaline foods and inhaling steam will fight the coronavirus causing Covid-19.

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Since 1990, the share of foreign-born workers in South African restaurants has risen from just two in 10 to “almost 100%”, finance minister Tito Mboweni said earlier this year.

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Some matric exams were leaked in late November 2020. But there's no truth to social media claims that final-year high school students will have to rewrite them, or that universities are rescinding offers to them.

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Some matric exams were leaked in late November 2020. But there's no truth to social media claims that final-year high school students will have to rewrite them, or that universities are rescinding offers to them.

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Did the 2020 state of devolution address stand up to close scrutiny? We’ve had to wait for the data, but the verdict is in.

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Working out the exact number of undocumented migrants in South Africa is complex.

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The people of Johannesburg, South Africa, regularly complain about the potholes on their roads.

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Do president Uhuru Kenyatta’s claims in his delayed address to the country stand up to close scrutiny? The post Fact-checked: Kenya president’s 2020 state of the nation address appeared first on Africa Check.

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During recent protests in Nigeria, social media users compared the cost of the national assembly to the health and education budgets.

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Citizen TV, Kenya’s most-viewed TV station, recently claimed on its website that the country last posted two consecutive quarters of negative growth nearly 30 years ago.

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Ahead of the US election, an analysis by South Africa’s Mail & Guardian newspaper claimed that the US president has been disengaged with Africa, as Beijing’s influence grew.

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Official records show 800 children die from ‘hunger’ in South Africa each year.

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